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Battle of Calicut
Part of the Third Anglo-Mysore War
Date7–12 December 1790
LocationMalabar coast
Result British victory
British East India Company
23x15pxKingdom of Travancore
Sultanate of Mysore
Commanders and leaders
James Hartley Martab Khan Sahib
Hussein Ali Khan Sahib
1,500 9,000
Casualties and losses
52 killed 1,000 killed
2,400 captured

The Battle of Calicut (also called the Battle of Tervanagary or Thiroorangadi) was a series of engagements that took place between 7 and 12 December 1790 near the port of Calicut on the Malabar Coast of India, during the Third Anglo-Mysore War. A force of three regiments from the British East India Company, about 1,500 men, led by Lieutenant Colonel James Hartley, decisively defeated a 9,000 man Mysorean army, killing or wounding about 1,000, and taking a large number of prisoners, including the commander, Hussein Ali Khan Sahib of Mysore.

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